Themenschwerpunkt: Lean Startup/Inbound Marketing
Land: Vereinigte Staaten
Themen: lean, startups, marketing, entrepreneurship, leadership, ceo, lean startup, startup, customer experience, inbound marketing, entrepreneurship education, customer discovery
Jennifer Rosenblatt - whether in her native Florida, or her current home in the Midwest - has an uncanny ability to become a gravitational point for community, customers, investors, and partners. Her unique ability to make connections and find mutual gains is at the root of her business, MusicSpoke, a marketplace connecting composers and customers.
Now on her second business, Rosenblatt is taking lessons from her first exited company and leveraging those insights to propel MusicSpoke to become the world’s largest marketplace for artist owned sheet music. Rosenblatt is an NMotion Accelerator alumnus and an organizer of 1 Million Cups LNK and Ladies Launch Lincoln. She graciously gives her time and lessons learned with other entrepreneurs, students, and learners of all ages.
Speaking topics include: Marketing Your Startup, Inbound Marketing, Stop Building (Products) and Start Solving (Problems), Women in Tech Startups, Customer Discovery, Sales + Marketing, Women in Accelerators, Panels
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Join, Inc. Magazine, Windstream, and local entrepreneurs for an evening of cocktails, networking and an informative panel discussion including local business leaders. You'll hear about the important role small business plays within Lincoln and learn key strategies on how to be and stay successful, thrive amongst robust competition, and make a significant difference in your community.
Speakers include: David Chait,CEO & Co-Founder, Travefy; Stephanie Jarret,Co-Founder, Bulu Box; and Jennifer Rosenblatt, CEO & Co-Founder, MusicSpoke
1 Million Cups is a free, national program designed to educate, engage, and connect entrepreneurs. Developed by the Kauffman Foundation, 1MC is based on the notion that entrepreneurs discover solutions and network over a million cups of coffee.
In order to be successful, today’s entrepreneurs need to solve problems and more than they sell products. Using the lean startup methodology and customer development calls, you can identify migraine level pain points before spending a ton of money on product development. You can then use WordPress to build your MVP. Learn the basics of lean startup and get your business running.